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Concert deal: Yukari Ohno

Three concerts, one ticket

Portrettbilde av Yukari Ohno

Yukari Ohno


Where Troldhaugen

Price 700 NOK

Fantastic concert experiences in one of the world's most beautiful concert halls with top-class musicians.

This concert is part of a concert deal. Experience three concerts for only 700 NOK!

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Three concerts, one ticket

February 4th at 13:00: Yukari Ohno, Winner of Princess Astrid's Music Prize

February 17th at 15:00: Pierrot Lunaire, Schönberg's groundbreaking masterpiece

April 14th at 15:00: Matyáš Novák, Smetana 200 years

About the artists

We welcome the star violinist and winner of the Princess Astrid International Music Prize in Trondheim in 2021.

Yukari Ohno, born in Japan in 1995, started playing the violin at the age of two and has established herself as an outstanding and versatile violinist on the international stage.

She has impressed internationally by winning prizes in competitions such as Valsesia Musica International Competition in Italy, International Violin Competition Vasco Abadijev in Bulgaria, International Queen Sophie Charlotte Violin Competition in Germany, and International Competition for Young Violinist in Honor of Karol Lipinski and Henryk Wieniawski in Poland.

Johannes Piirto is a Finnish pianist and composer, educated at the Sibelius Academy and the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.He has impressed as a soloist with orchestras such as Camerata Salzburg and the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra.

Piirto is a skilled chamber musician, having collaborated with international artists such as Julian Rachlin. His orchestral compositions, conducted by Saraste, have had successful premieres, and he has also directed the Chamber Music Festival at the House of Nobility in Helsinki.


Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

Rondo in B minor for Violin and Piano (1826)

Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971)

Divertimento (1932)

George Enescu (1881-1955)

Impromptu Concertant (1903)

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)

Valse-Scaherzo, Op.34 (1877)

En kvinne med fiolin ser i kamera

Yukari Ohno

En mann i sort genser ser i kamera

The other two concerts in the deal:

17th February: "Pierrot Lunaire", with BIT20 and Tora Augestad

Schönberg's groundbreaking melodrama about the moonstruck clown Pierrot, addressing themes of love, sex, religion, violence, crime, and blasphemy. With atonality and Sprechstimme, the work is as shocking today as it was at its premiere in Berlin in 1912.

The Bergen-born singer and actress Tora Augestad has studied both classical music and jazz singing. Since then, she has devoted herself to the repertoire of Kurt Weill, Hanns Eisler, Luciano Berio, Arnold Schönberg, and contemporary composers.

Her versatility inspires composers, directors, and conductors, and she always seeks artistic exchange and new challenges.

14th April: Matyáš Novák

Matyáš Novák has distinguished himself as one of the most promising pianists of his generation through his extraordinary harmonic expression, extensive repertoire, and unique way of playing.

Matyáš Novák was born in Hradec Králové, Czech Republic. He began studying piano and violin at the age of five. Novák graduated from the Imola International Piano Academy in 2022, where he studied with Boris Petrushansky.

He has previously studied at the Pardubice Conservatoire in the Czech Republic under Jitka Fowler Fraňková. Currently, Novák is attending the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, in the class led by Professor Ivan Klánský.

Practical Information

Online, it is only possible to purchase a combined ticket for all concerts. It will be possible to buy tickets for each individual concert at the entrance on the day of the concert, subject to availability.

The concerts last approximately one hour.

The concert ticket also includes entrance to the museum and Grieg's villa.

The museum is open as usual, offering guided tours of the villa, a free audio guide for the outdoor areas, a café, and exhibitions.

The concert takes place at Troldhaugen, the home of Edvard Grieg.